6 Home Remedies For Reducing High Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a greasy substance that is present in the blood. Cholesterol maintains the cell membranes and will be helpful in building healthy cells. Cholesterol is produced by our body itself and is also acquired from food. When the level of cholesterol increases the risk of coronary heart diseases also increases. Here are some home remedies to reduce high cholesterol.



Your body must possess HDL the good cholesterol to maintain the health of your cell membranes. Nuts are loaded with healthy fats, vitamins, minerals and HDL cholesterol. It is advised to have a handful of nuts to your daily diet. Peanuts, walnuts, almonds are some of the whole nuts which have been proving by studies; that it can reduce LDL by 4.4%. Hence nuts are proven to be the best home remedies for high cholesterol.

Orange Juice


The rich source of flavonoids and vitamin C in orange juice will help you to reduce the level of cholesterol when you consume 3 cups of orange juice every day.

Apple Cider Vinegar

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Apple cider vinegar is the best of home remedies for high cholesterol and also to some ailments. Consume ACV by diluting a tablespoon of raw ACV with a glass of hot water, every morning when you wake up. The ACV will help in reducing the triglyceride and LDL cholesterol.

Fish Oils


Omega 3 fatty acids are helpful in lowering the HDL cholesterol. Consuming 4grams of this oil daily will help you in reducing the triglycerides.

Brown Rice

Replace your white rice with brown rice since the rice is rich fiber, minerals, vitamins. The bran of this rice is rich in saturated oils which play a vital role in balancing the cholesterol levels. A cup of brown rice contains 11% of fiber. Thus it is proved to be the best of home remedies for high cholesterol.



Turmeric has excellent antioxidant properties which can reduce the excessive cholesterol; therefore consume at least 2 teaspoons of turmeric powder in your daily diet for best results. You can either add it in your cooking or take it as supplements after consulting your GP.


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